Villa IntimaSea - 4 bedroom Villa in Paradise!

Rock Ridge, Chocolate Hole, St John, Virgin Islands

Overview

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Sleeps 8
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Villa
Description of the Chocolate Hole vacation villa rental
Villa IntimaSea, located in Chocolate Bay on the beautiful island of St. John, U.S. Virgin islands, is the ultimate in intimate island vacation spots. At Villa IntimaSea you are invited to sit back, kick your feet up and relax where the sky meets the Caribbean Sea while you sit on new Brown Jordan furniture on huge covered decks. The 180 degree panoramic views include sunrise, four Caribbean Bays, and sunset over St. Thomas.

Villa IntimaSea is a beautiful villa with full air conditioning everywhere. Enjoy an array of shooting stars as you unwind in Villa IntimaSea’s plunge pool with waterfall both skillfully blended into the natural landscaping as well as a large, new Jacuzzi.

The colorful bougainvillea lined driveway to Villa IntimaSea barely hints at the pleasant surprises that await you behind the villa entrance gates and Mahogany doors.

The fully equipped kitchen includes a stove and oven, as well as a microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator with automatic ice maker and counter side stools for catching a quick snack. In addition, two bedrooms come with their own Kitchenettes!

While enjoying the privacy at Villa IntimaSea you have quick and easy access, just a five minute drive, to Cruz Bay with wonderful shopping, restaurants, and fabulous night life.

Kim Ellsworth-Evans

Area Info
History

Civilizations lived on St. John long before the Europeans arrived to the region, as evidenced by the petroglyphs, or rock carvings left by the Taino people. These carvings are found especially on the Reef Bay hiking trail. These people were all but driven into extinction by Europeans in the 17th century seeking new territories as colonial properties.

Natural History

Much of the vegetation on the Island is second generation growth. Almost the entire Island was clear-cut to make way for sugar cane production during the colonial era. Some native species like the tyre palm remain, but much growth today are introduced species.

Submerged Lands

In 1962, Congress expanded the boundary of Virgin Islands National Park to include 5,650 acres of submerged lands to protect and preserve the beautiful coral gardens and seascapes. Today, the Park conducts research, and has developed policies and practices aimed at protecting the fragile coral reef systems.

Climate

Climate is temperate year-round ranging from low eighties during the winter months to the low - mid nineties in the summer.
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